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Table Mountain Ski Area – Downhill Skiing Options in Saskatchewan
Located 16km west of Battleford or 29km east of Cut Knife on Highway 40, then 9.5 km north and west on a grid road, Table Mountain Ski Area provides visitors with a well-rounded downhill skiing experience.
On site are nine runs (the longest being 975 metres), an 11,000 sq. ft. chalet a quad chairlift, a t-bar lift and two magic carpet lifts. The area also offers a terrain park, a tubing park, and of course, rentals of skis, snowboards, snow blades and helmets.
Table Mountain's Lodge is centrally located at the base of the area, with easy access to both lifts. It houses a licensed lounge area, a satellite television and a handcrafted flagstone fireplace for guests to enjoy after a hard day on the slopes. The Lodge also offers cafeteria services, which range from basic food and beverage services to catered services for large, private groups.
For more information about lift and lesson prices, season passes and rental prices, click here. For more information about Table Mountain Ski Area, visit their website.
More Saskatchewan Downhill Ski Areas:
Duck Mountain Ski Area, Duck Mountain Regional Park
Little Red River Nature Park, Prince Albert
Mission Ridge Winter Park, Fort Qu'Appelle
Ski Timber Ridge, Big River
Wapiti Valley Regional Park, Gronlid